Qingdao to set up China’s first special agency for legitimacy review of administrative decision-making process


Qingdao, a coastal metropolis in East China's Shandong province, will be the first city in China to have set up a special division specifically responsible for conducting legitimacy review of the procedures leading to administrative decisions.

China consults public on environment protection during offshore oil drilling


A draft revision of guidelines on environmental protection during offshore oil drilling opened for public suggestions on Aug 16, China's Ministry of Justice said.

Coastal city of Zhanjiang takes new measures to boost law-based development


The Justice Bureau of Zhanjiang, a coastal city in Southeast China's Guangdong province, has adopted a series of measures to build a benign rule of law environment for the city's development since the beginning of this year.

China solicits public opinions on draft revisions of judicial authentication regulations


China's Ministry of Justice on Thursday published draft revisions of registration management on judicial authentication agencies and personnel to solicit public opinions.

Ministry of Justice tries to lower cost of environment-related public interest litigation


The Ministry of Justice recently released a list of judicial expertise institutions which won't charge fees before conducting authentication of environmental damage involved in public interest litigation initiated by procuratorate organs.

Participation of notary in auxiliary judicial work to be generalized nationwide


The pilot program of notary services' participation in auxiliary judicial work will be generalized across the country.

China’s certification-cutting initiative enters new phase


China's "cut certification to create convenience" reform initiative has been continuously advancing across the country.

Legal clinic solves community disputes


Ye's Legal Clinic is the first choice when people in the community of Yangjiamen in Zhejiang province have disputes with their neighbors, from minor differences to major financial disputes.

Memorial service held for aid-Tibet volunteer lawyer dying of pulmonary embolism


Cheng Dong, a member of the aid-Tibet lawyers' team, died of pulmonary embolism in Nagchu, a city in Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, on Aug 4.

Shanghai’s online notary services save clients from appearing in offices


The clients can handle up to 15 types of notary services at the local notary public offices' online platforms since Shanghai launched its pilot program of providing notary services online one and a half months ago.

Various law popularization activities carried out across China to different ends


A variety of activities to improve the public legal awareness have been carried out since the release of a circular on organizing a nationwide law popularization campaign.

China solicits public opinions on crop disease, pest control rules


China's Ministry of Justice has published draft rules regulating the prevention and control of crop diseases and pests to solicit public opinions.

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